Hays et al v. Commonwealth Land Title Insurance Company et al

Filing 28

MDL ORDER 2054 TRANSFERRING CASE to USDC -South Carolina. (hdj, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 3/14/2011) (Additional attachment(s) added on 3/14/2011: # 1 Transmittal) (hdj, COURT STAFF).

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Hays et al v. Commonwealth Land Title Insurance Company et al Doc. 28 Att. 1 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Northern District of California 450 Golden Gate Avenue San Francisco, California 94102 _____________ www.cand.uscourts.gov Richard W. Wieking Clerk General Court Number 415.522.2000 March 14, 2011 United States District Court-South Carolina 901 Richland Street Columbia, South Carolina 29201 RE: CV 10-05336 JSW Hays-v-Commonwealth Land Title Insurance Company Dear Clerk, Pursuant to an order transferring the above captioned case to your court, transmitted herewith are: 9 9 9 : Certified copy of docket entries. Certified copy of Transferral Order. Original case file documents. Please access the electronic case file for additional pleadings you may need. See the attached instructions for details. Please acknowledge receipt of the above documents on the attached copy of this letter. Sincerely, RICHARD W. WIEKING, Clerk by: Hilary Jackson Case Systems Administrator Enclosures Copies to counsel of record Dockets.Justia.com March 14, 2011 These instructions are for internal court use only. Do not make these instructions part of the record. Instructions for Retrieving Northern District of California Electronic Case Files This login and password is a court-user read-only login to the CM/ECF website for the Northern District of California at https://ecf.cand.circ9.dcn. It should be used only by court personnel who have a need to access relevant case information. Login: xfr Password: xfr For assistance accessing the website, please call our help desk at 866-638-7829 or e-mail at ecfhelpdesk@cand.uscourts.gov.

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